Corporate L&D needs better training outcomes

There are different opinions and statistics about how much information sticks once a learning intervention comes to a close. Regardless of the differences, none of these predictions are flattering for instructional designers or trainers. People seem to forget a lot, and with the growing need for re-skilling and cost reduction, this is becoming a major issue.

One of the main reasons why there is such a low information retention rate is that most training is designed in the form of events rather than experiences. That causes the learner to miss out on the emotional component necessary for any type of behavioral change.

Read more: What instructional designers need to know about behavioral change

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